After almost two years of Brickfilming, we'd like to think we've improved quite abit. With that said our editing skills are far better than they were when we first made Never Give Up. So, without further ado, we'd like to present Never Give Up: Special Edition. Its all the original animation from the original, but with much better picture and sound quality. The credits were redone and better versions of songs are also included. Last but not least, the compression is far better than the... Topics: Never Give Up, Lego, Brickfilm
Rarely you see a Brickfilm where the actors really talk! Them Twickenham Knights do! They don't seem the brightest, but they're oh so cute. This is a joke for everyone who has the experience of focussing in detail on a project and then overlooking a major mistake. Topics: Lego, knights, medieval, twickenham, brickfilm
After almost two years of Brickfilming, we'd like to think we've improved quite abit. With that said our editing skills are far better than they were when we first made Never Give Up. So, without further ado, we'd like to present Never Give Up: Special Edition. Its all the original animation from the original, but with much better picture and sound quality. The credits were redone and better versions of songs are also included. Last but not least, the compression is far better than the... Topics: Never Give Up, Brickfilm, lego
byLarry Morris (madwhistler) - music by Emerald Rose
Brickfilm/music video for the Emerald Rose song "Never Split The Party" -- an absolute must-see for Dungeons&Dragons fans and fantasy gaming enthusiasts in general! Seriously important advice for the aspiring dungeoneer! Topics: lego, brickfilm, dungeons, dragons, fantasy, comedy, WoW
This is a Brickfilm conveying the age old saying "Haste Makes Waste". As you will see, it's best to take a little longer if it will work out better in the end. Topics: lego, brickfilm, haste, makes, waste, stopmotion, brick, film, stop, motion
Educational featurette, demonstrating Spite Your Face on set of one of their animation productions. The video demonstrates the basics of a typical stop-motion studio set-up. Topics: stop motion, animation, brickfilm, spite your face, lego, camera
Leo was a short film entered in yet another Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest. After release, the film was subsequently one of the 11 finalists nominated, and then won 3rd prize out of approximately 40 entries. It tells the story of a slightly obscure intervention for an alcoholic. Alexander Turner co-wrote the script as well as did the majority of the voices. Topics: leo, thac5, alcoholic, intervention, lego, stop, motion, brickfilm, crazyanimator, jereco
Roughly translated "The Destruction of Death's Grip", this film speculates about some of the events that may have occured in Hades during the three days that Jesus' body was in the tomb. The original 15-second version of this short film was my entry into BrickFilms.com's "EASTER Festival 2007" 15-second film contest. It was voted 5th out of 16 films. This "full-length" version better captures my original vision for the film than did the 15-second version I... Topics: Easter, 2007, brickfilm, brick, stop motion, animation, Jesus, angel, demon, resurrection, Lego,...
My experiments of various film techniques (most being stop motion animation) from 2008. Expression Experiment - changing out LEGO heads to give an impression of changing expression (a rhyme) Flight Test - horrible attempt at a cheap blue screen type effect Pentax Experiment - testing a Pentax camera Invisible '57 - just watch for this one Turning Experiment - turning of the 'camera' while employing stop motion animation Sword Test - sword moves Stacking & Rotation (no title card) - I just... Topics: 2008, experiments, brickfilm, stop motion animation, expression experiment, test, LEGO, flight,...
This tragic brickfilm portrays a great struggle. Too`s music is used for emotional effect. (My film was entered in Fight Club Contest hosted by fellow brickfilmer Idiotless) Topics: Brickfilm, PE Viljami-Ilmari
Another Brickfilm animation that I whipped up in 12 hours for another English project. The effects were a big step up for me and I put alot of time into them (because I don't even own a bow and arrow peice and had to paste a picture of one from ebay on in FCE!). Anyways, hope you enjoy the next step in Schlaepfer Entertainment. :) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Odyssey, Brickfilm, Schlaepfer